Topic: code

Instart Logic brings machine learning to HTML and JavaScript code delivery

Machine-learning algorithms are everywhere. They’ve permeated the way platforms work in the cloud, in analyzing Big Data, and in making AI more intelligent. Now, a software-defined application delivery startup is using machine learning to streamline code performance. SmartSequence, the new HTML and JavaScript streaming technology from Instart Logic, uses real-time machine-learning techniques to sift through … continue reading

Hour of Code surpasses 100 million hours, Docker 1.5 released, and the White House addresses cybersecurity—SD Times news digest: Feb. 11, 2015

Code.org announced its Hour of Code campaign has eclipsed 100 million hours, measured by the time students have spent taking the free programming courses and tutorials offered online. The total dates back to the program’s beginning back in June 2013. The organization also announced the number of lines of code written has surpassed 5 billion … continue reading

Distelli brings AWS-style server deployment to the masses

The rise of cloud computing platforms forces developers to contend with managing hundreds of virtualized servers at a time. But one startup wants to make deployment as simple and ubiquitous a process as third-party and open-source tools have rendered writing and building code. Distelli is an agent-based SaaS platform that downloads to any kind of … continue reading

Highlights from Bill Gates’ Reddit AMA, and an intro to ‘code stylometry’—SD Times news digest: Jan. 29, 2015

Bill Gates participated in his third Ask Me Anything on Reddit yesterday, and the Microsoft cofounder and philanthropist took the informal Q&A to another level. Kicking off the AMA with the GIF above, Gates called Microsoft’s newly debuted HoloLens technology “pretty amazing” and expressed his misgivings over the future of artificial intelligence, throwing support behind … continue reading

Girls Who Code program expansion, Rally’s partnership with Code for America, and Stanford’s one-hundred-year AI study: SD Times news digest—Dec. 16, 2014

Girls Who Code wants to close the gender gap in the technology industry. The non-profit organization just announced an expansion to its Summer Immersion Program to help educate girls in computer science skills. Previously, the organization provided 19 programs reaching 375 girls, but with the expansion, the organization will be providing 60 programs reaching 1,200 … continue reading

Do you want to build a snowman… out of code?

For years, organizations have been trying to get more and more kids into programming. Code.org promotes the Hour of Code to teach kids one hour of computer science. There are visual programming environments such as Alice, Blockly and Scratch geared toward kids. Plenty of board games, computer games and mobile applications that teach the basics … continue reading

Amazon announces new code tools, Aurora MySQL database engine at AWS re:Invent

Amazon paraded out a cavalcade of new products and services at its AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas today, unveiling several new code-management and deployment tools, the Amazon Aurora MySQL database engine, and more. (Related: Amazon throws cloud support behind PHP) The trio of new AWS code tools is made up of AWS CodeDeploy, AWS … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 11, 2014—Twitter Flight, Code Studio, and Google’s self-driving car

Twitter’s first mobile developer conference Twitter has announced a new developer conference with a focus on mobile. Twitter Flight will take place on Oct. 22 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, and will feature a keynote from CEO Dick Costolo as well as a series of technical sessions. “Flight is a gathering … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Microsoft is testing developer biometrics to cut software bugs

There are plenty of methods to catch and fix bugs before a piece of software is shipped, but Microsoft is testing a new one that may be a wee bit invasive for developers: biometrics. A Microsoft Research paper entitled “Using Psycho-Physiological Measures to Assess Task Difficulty in Software Development” details experiments with developer biometrics, or … continue reading

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